Creating interactive Web applications has been a must in enterprise application development for a long time. Creating rich internet applications (RIAs) is one way to get there. RIAs are Web-based applications that run in the browser and runs its own client engine which is downloaded each time the application launches. To reduce user load times, especially on mobile devices, many newer client frameworks have sprung up to provide developers with ways to develop client applications that are faster for the user.
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Android: The Next Generation
13 Jul 2014
News - Google continues to invest in and improve their flagship mobile operating system, and the latest version, codenamed Android L, is no exception. New graphics, simple animations and improved flexibility are some of the features that were introduced at...
Three most important criteria for choosing mobile testing tools
12 Jun 2014
News - Perfecto Mobile's Sveta Kostinsky boils down the top three criteria for choosing mobile testing tools.
Eclipse Scout projects impact on Java-based UIs
11 Jun 2014
News - Learn how Eclipse Scout impacts Java-based user interface technologies from the co-lead on the project.
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8 AngularJS questions with Mark Bates
24 Mar 2014
Podcast - TheServerSide got a chance to chat with Mark Bates, a freelance software developer, about AngularJS.
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Freezer: Putting object relational mapping (ORM) tools to the test
03 Jul 2014
Feature - Freezer is a code generator that constructs the persistence layer of a Java application: DAOs, DTOs, database tables and database documentation. This article compares the use of the DAOs generated by Freezer, with the use of an ORM tool, like for example...
Static code analysis with Klocwork
30 Jun 2014
Video - Klocwork engineer Larry Edelstein discusses how to bring the most value to your static code analysis.
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Effective portlet development means respecting the servlet API
20 May 2013
Tip - When moving to portlet development from web development, software engineers must remember that servlet and JSP development rules still apply.